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Sterling Power Rack

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  • 10 weight storage horns
  • J Hooks and Safety Bars
  • Band Pegs
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Sterling Series Power Rack 

The sterling range of gym equipment is a great alternative to other more expensive pieces

Imported for our customers to offer them a low cost alternative this range is built for commercial gym use

What does the Sterling Power Rack offer?

The sterling power rack features adjustable safety bars and J Hooks finished in it's trade mark red and black powder coat

This power rack has 10 weight storage horns giving you the ability to store your weight plates in a safe and convinient location 

The inbuilt chin up bar offers pronated hand grip positions at a 45 degree position and the horizontal position

Fitted with 3 upper band pegs and 3 lower band pegs this sterling power cage allows you to add a dynamic element to your training

Want something more custom and built from 5mm steel section? Our Catalyst V2 power rack would be a great alternative 


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Weight (kg) 125.0000
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